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Mommy time: Kraft will pay for your babysitter on Mother’s Day

There are a number of gifts and vows of thanks one can give on Mother’s Day to acknowledge mom’s tender love and care, but one way eclipses most — a break from the little rascals.

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Kraft Foods wants to give moms some time to enjoy themselves sans kids on Mother’s Day with its Mother’s Day Away campaign. The food and beverage conglomerate encourages moms to do a “little less mothering” come May 12, according to its website. The company will reimburse moms —up to $100— for a babysitting bill, so mommies across the country can take the day to pamper, watch a movie or just enjoy a reprieve from adulting.

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How do you get in on this? Follow these simple steps:

Step 1: Get yourself a babysitter on Mother’s Day.

Step 2: On Mother’s Day, visit this site and submit your receipt and Kraft will cover up to $100 of your babysitter bill.

The offer is valid for one person or household and open to moms over the age of 18. The reimbursement funds will be available until end of day may 19, so get your receipts in swiftly.

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